DETROIT – Don’t expect General Motors Corp. to set up supplier parks next to its U.S. assembly plants such as competitor Ford Motor Co. is doing at its Chicago manufacturing complex. GM's Gary Cowger says supplier parks are unnecessary The nation’s well-developed supplier network makes supplier parks unnecessary, Gary Cowger, GM North America president, tells Ward’s during a recent interview at the auto maker’s world headquarters. “Everybody tries to say there’s one answer ...
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